Reliance Building

Model ships within 10-15 working days.

20cm high, 8cm wide, 5.5cm deep & 1.3kg approximately.

Price includes shipping, tax and duty.

Made of plaster.

£155.00

The Reliance Building, designed by renowned architect Daniel Burnham, is a historic landmark located in Chicago, Illinois. Built in 1890, this iconic building is recognized as one of the world’s earliest and finest examples of skyscraper architecture. Its unique design and construction were groundbreaking for the time and have inspired countless architects and builders ever since.

The Reliance Building stands at 14 stories tall and was constructed using the latest building materials and techniques of the time. It was one of the first buildings to utilize an all-steel frame, making it not only strong and durable but also fire-resistant. The exterior of the building is clad in white terracotta, which was an innovative material at the time and provided a clean and elegant look.

Today, the Reliance Building is a beloved landmark in Chicago and is home to a mix of commercial and residential spaces. Its prime location in the heart of the city makes it a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. Visitors can take a guided tour of the building to learn more about its history and architectural significance, or simply admire its beauty from the street.

Sustainably Crafted

We all want the world to be a better place. We are trying to do our bit. We reuse, recycle and use less where we can. We search out sustainable local suppliers. We sponsor grassroots sports for the local youth, donating both money and time. We sponsor local environmental projects. We know we can do more but we're making a start!

Handmade

We hand make all of our models. Chisel & Mouse is the combination of an artisan’s approach (the chisel) with modern innovation and transformative technologies (the mouse). By capturing life and its big ideas in miniature, the brand celebrates the beauty of our industrialised world.

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